TechnoServe's blog highlights the lessons and successes from our work with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries.
In only four years, Mozambique cashew farmers have planted more than 500,000 cashew seedlings, while burgeoning processing plants across the country work to connect these booming yields with premium markets.
As the Sustainable Agricultural Improvement (MAS) project comes to a close in Honduras, we take a look at how the project helped one coffee farming family to build a strong farming business and promising career opportunities throughout the value chain.
How the GANE project helped small-scale farmers in Nicaragua build a more competitive and inclusive livestock sector.
Bean and coffee farmers in Honduras implement innovative climate-smart agricultural practices to increase incomes, nutrition and resilience.
Innovations in the cashew value chain provide women the opportunity to become leaders in their families and communities.